Access keys allow you to navigate to the main sections of the site using keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse. Different browsers implement access keys in different ways, so see the support documentation of your particular browser for more information. The following access keys are active on all pages of this site:
All text links on this site are distinguished by being blue and having a dotted underline, which becomes solid when you hover over the link. If you have trouble recognising colour, look out for the dotted underline.
We have used relative text sizes throughout the site, making it easy for you to increase or decrease the size of the text as required. To change the size of the text, please use the text size controls within your browser.
We have tested the contrast between the foreground and background colours used on this site to check that the text is legible.
You can tab through all elements of forms on this site using the tab key on your keyboard.
We have tried to make the code behind this site accessible to screen readers. Content is arranged in a logical way, with the main content preceding secondary elements. Heading levels are used throughout the site to help structure content clearly. There is also a skip link on every page, which allows users visiting the site with screen-reading software to jump over the site title and main navigation at the top of every page.
This site is set up to appear differently when printed. Secondary content such as navigation is not sent to the printer, and heavily coloured headings are also not printed. This saves you ink and enhances the clarity of the printed page.
This site has been tested on the following browsers: